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: the type of blood clot that struck mrs. clinton is rare. the clot is on the surface of the vein. the vein carries blood to the heart and lungs. the big danger is that the clot could grow larger causing blood to block up in the brain. that could cause a stroke. doctors prevent that with blood thinners. once the clot is discovered, doctors say mrs. clinton would have gotten an i.v. drip with a blood thinner. the entire time, the doctors would be watching her closely, usually in the icu. you're observing the patient to make sure that they're stable. you want to make sure that they're not developing new symptoms. >> reporter: concussions have gotten attention lately as sports injuries among children but mrs. clinton's case say reminder that they can happen to anyone. whether the danger is a rare blood clot near the brain or bleeding inside the brain, anyone who gets a concussion should seek immediate care if they have any of these symptoms, bad headaches, bad speech. mrs. clinton reportedly has no neurological damage. the best indication is that the clot was caught in time to give her an exce
. >> reporter: the type of blood clot that struck mrs. clinton is potentially dangerous but it is not a typical complication of a concussion. >> patients who have a concussion very rarely have this type of injury. this would be similar to the clot that she had. >> reporter: it's more common that a concussion would cause bleeding inside the brain. but doctors say a brain scan looking for that problem would find the clot. and most patients get brain scans after concussions in routine follow-ups. mrs. clinton's clot formed in a vein that is on the surface of the brain. the vein carries blood to the heart and lungs. the big danger is that the clot could grow larger, causing blood to back up into the brain. that could cause a stroke. doctors prevent that with blood thinners which slowly dissolve the clot. once the clot was discovered, doctors say mrs. clinton would have gotten an iv drip with a strong blood thinner, replaced a few days later with a less powerful thinner in pill form. the entire time, doctors would be watching her closely, usually in the icu. >> you're observing the patient to make s
the clock. once the clot was discovered, mrs. clinton would have gotten an iv drip with a blood thinner replaced a few days later with a pill form. the entire time doctors would be watching her closely, usually in the icu. >> you're answering the patient to make sure they're stable. >> reporter: concussions have gotten attention as sports injuries among children, but mrs. clinton's case is a reminder they can happen to anyone. whether the danger is a rare blood clot near the brain or bleeding inside the brain, anyone suffering a concussion should seek immediate medical care days or weeks afterwards if they experience a bad headache, weak or numb limbs, vomiting or nausea or slurred speech. m mrs. clinton reportedly has no neurological damage, which gives her an excellent chance for full recovery. >>> now here's your "first look" at this morning's dish of scrambled politics. in the wake of the connecticut cool shootings, the journal news published a map of residents with gun permits. now the paper has hired armed guards to protected its offices and staff. last night house republican lead
it is a blood clot near mrs. clinton's brain keeping her in the hospital. dr. besser right here with what this means. and what mrs. clinton just told barbara walters after becoming the most traveled secretary of state. >> are you exhausted? >> i am. to be honest, i am. >>> the big chill. a million americans in times square tonight. this evening, the security, the weather. some of the coldest temperatures of the winter. and what we didn't know about something else that will be falling at midnight.
correspondent from washington. >> mrs. clinton left the hospital with her husband and her daughter. the 65-year-old secretary of state is eager to get back to work. the blood clot near her brain is thought to be the result of a concussion she sustained after she fainted and hit her head three weeks ago. doctors have been using blood thinners to dissolve the blood clot and say she is making good progress. the normally-energetic mrs. clinton has not been seen publicly in almost a month. her absence from the political stage has prompted speculation about her future, raising as -- raising questions about whether health concerns might affect her decision to run for president in 2016. prominent democrats have been urging her to consider a second bid. in 2008, she lost the nomination in a bruising contest to barack obama. bbc news, washington. in the police in nigeria say that gunmen had killed four people during an attack on a police station. a police officer, soldier, a civilian, and his ranch outside in the attack. -- and his grandchild died in the attack. now back to the case of the del he -- delh
." in this exchange before the house committee, mrs clinton ssemed to eave the mpression that she did not have real time accesssto events assthey uufolded. rohrabaaher says: "at any time &pdid you see the initial attac monitor. there was no real - time. we got the surreillance videos some weeks later." lamb, one of clinton's subordinates, told the house government versighh commiiteee ttat senior state departmeet staff weree monitoring open phone lines to agents on the ground. lankford says: ""ou note that in your ttsstmony that ou were in the piplomattc securitt command center and then you make this statement, "i could folloo wwat was happeninn almost in correct." and wwill clinnon offered this explanation -- for why ambassador susan rice took her plaae -- innfive national media appearannes on september confess here in public uh e to goingg n the sunday shows is not my favorite thing to dd." in a december interview with nbc, after she ithdrew from considertion for secretary of state, rice cited clinton's "grueling weee with proteets in the middle herridge tag: secreeary plan. cllnnon's c
in this case is one of the major veins that drains the vein behind mrs. clinton's right here. on america's newsroom medical expert who does not treat mrs. clinton explained the condition. principally in women. it's about three times more common in women than men. and in patients over the age of 65, about a third of them have no known cause. unusual. about five of these a year. in our large hospital. >> on december 7th. mrs. clinton returns from a five day trip with a stomach virus that also effects her staff. on december 11th, the state department cancels a key trip to the middle east. on december 15th, in a rare weekend announcement. her aides say mrs. clinton became dehydrated from the stomach virus which led to a blackout and fall earlier in the week causing the concussion. on sunday, aids confirming the discovery of a blood clot. this week of the new highly critical senate port report on the benghazi was released. lawmakers wish her a speedy recovery as they waited for her testimony which was postponed in mid december citing her health problems. >> she is not only a great secretary o
of state hillary clinton has reached 0 out to them in sympathy. the stepfather says mrs. clinton has given them no privileged information about what exactly happened during that attack. this is all unfolding as clinton faced off against critical republicans today on capitol hill. >> the fact is you have four dead americans because after protest or because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they would go kill americans. what difference at this point does it make? it is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, senators. >> the heated exchange, ambassador and native chris stevens requested added security but mrs. clinton said the requests were never made to her personally and she didn't -- it didn't come to her attention. the department is making more than two dozen changes to security and leadership. >> for me this is not just a matter of policy, it's personal. i stood next to president obama as the marines carried those flag-draped caskets off the plane at andrews. i put my arms around the mothers and fathers, the sister
. likely the result of a fall earlier this month when mrs. clinton suffered a concussion. there is no evidence of a stroke or any kind of neurological damage and the secretary is expected to make a complete recovery. still very scary when you hear what happened. jill dougherty is live at the state department. what do we know about her condition right now? >> she is stable, in the hospital. and the main thing right now, they are trying to shrink that blood clot by administering medications, blood thinners and that's their task right now, to get exactly how much she needs over what period. they have to work on that because it depends on body weight and everything. when they have that pinned down, then theoretically at that point they will be able to release her. it did sown very scary and potentially it is serious. but they seem to have it your honor control. luckily, it's not bleeding inside the brain and that's the important thing. she's stable, talking with her doctors, talking with the family, in fact, there was a recent tweet as you just mentioned last hour, a tweet fr
department spokesperson who reports that mrs. clinton despite being in a new york city hospital room has been keeping in touch with her staff in washington. she spoke with them on the phone today. and on saturday the secretary made calls to the envoy in syria and to the prime minister of qatar. doctors at new york presbyterian hospital are treating a blood clot that was discovered in mrs. clinton's head after she sustained a concussion next month. we'll bring you more details when they become available. stay with us. the day's top lines are coming up. ♪ snot [ lisa ] my name's lisa, and chantix helped me quit. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of thes stop taking chantix and call you
. >> the head of the house intelligence committee also receiving high level intelligence like mrs. clinton said it was premeditated. >> it was a commando type raid that had direct fire, indirect fire, military movements involved in it. if this was a well planned, well targeted event, no doubt about it. >> reporter: in this exchange before the house committee, mrs. clinton seemed to leave the impression she did not real time access to events as they unfolded. >> at anytime did you see the initial attack on a monitor, or the president? >> congressman there was no monitor, there was no real time, we got the surveillance notes some weeks later. >>, but in october, charlene lamb, one of clinton's subordinates the senior state department safe were monitoring open phone lines to agents on the ground. >> note that in the testimony the diplomatic security command center and you made this statement, i could follow what was happening almost in real time. >> that's correct. >> and while clinton offered this explanation for why ambassador susan rice took her place at five national media appearances on sept
're going to turn now to secretary of state hillary clinton. doctors keeping a careful eye on mrs. clinton. we reported last night on their discovery, the blood clot right next to her brain. tonight, we know former president bill clinton and their daughter chelsea have been by her side and the first message from chelsea on twitter. here's abc's sharyn alfonsi now. >> reporter: chelsea clinton leaving the hospital, where her mother will spend a third night. later, optimistically tweeting, "thank you all for sending good thoughts my mom's way. grateful to all her doctors and that she'll make a full recovery!" but it's clearly a serious setback for the secretary. it's been three weeks since she was last seen in public, overseas where she picked up a bad stomach virus. days later, at her home, she fainted and got a concussion, grounding the normally globe-trotting secretary. clinton has traveled to 112 countries, logged nearly a million miles and spent the equivalent of an entire year of her life on a plane. recently telling barbara walters she was eager to step down as secretary of state. >>
some wondering if it is subtle endorsement of mrs. clinton to be mr. obama's successor. lawmakers were hoping that secretary clinton's testimony on the benghazi attacks would have provided hard evidence of how the tragedy happened. i sat down yesterday with senator john mccain and had a chance to question mrs. clinton. why didn't they push harder for more follow ups on important issues like what early warning measures were in place to address the security threat in the consulate? >> first of all, uma, you have a grand total of five minutes . i say this with some respect and little admireration. secretary clinton had been before the committees and long answers, they find more useful than short answers. i wanted to say that her answers were unsatisfactory and state many of the questions that were not answered and in hopes at leastt one of them i would get a satisfactory answer. i had to lay out our dissatisfaction with what she had said with not addressing the threats and the fact that a security group requesting to stay and felt they had to stay was with drown and on august 15t or 16th
a short time ago of mrs. clinton leaving new york presbyterian hospital with her husband, former president bill clinton. secretary clinton had been hospitalized since sunday after doctors discovered a blood clot behind her right ear during a followup exam for a concussion she suffered when she fainted. now doctors have treated that blood clot with blood thinners. her spokesperson says clinton has been quite active on the phone today speaking with staff and reviewing paperwork. >>> exploding ammunition from a burning house had firefighters and bystanders ducking for cover this morning and a man trapped inside the burning home has died. the tragedy happened in the parkway village trailer park in maryland city just outside laurel and that's where scott broom has the details. >> reporter: when rescuers first got here this morning, they found neighbors trying to help, fire coming out of every window and door and the sound of gunfire going off. >> i was standing down there and i heard the bullets going off. >> yeah. the rounds went off like when the house started blowing up. >> reporter: sky
began, according to her staff, after being overseas. on fred, december 7th, mrs. clinton has a stomach virus. the following tuesday, a trip canceled sending a deputy in her place. on saturday, december 15th, her aides say mrs. clinton became dehydrated from the stomach virus or which led to a blackout causing the concussion, and then last weekend on sunday b aides confirming the discovery of this blood clot. clinton's aides have not said when the fall happened, where she was when it happened or whether she was alone when it happened. rick: a lot of lawmakers want to hear from secretary clinton. they want her to testify on the terror attack on our consulate in benghazi that claimed the lives of four or americans. what does this mean for a timetable on a possible date for the secretary to testify? >> reporter: any day for clinton's testimony remains very fluid. the focus is clearly on mrs. clinton regaining her health. she was set to testify on december 20th, and it was to have been her first testimony. lawmakers telling fox they want a specific timeline on what actions mrs. clinton took
with three other americans in an assault against the u.s. mission in benghazi. mrs. clinton was supposed to testify last month but she was forced to postpone due to an illness, a concussion and a blood clot near her brain. here are some pictures on monday as mrs. clinton made her way towards the inaugural ceremonies. you can see a service member beside her, but she is on the arm of her husband and needs no additional attention or certainly assistance of any kind. but make no mistake, that was quite an illness she went through. our wolf blitzer is live with us from washington, d.c. wolf, i just want to ask you. as we continue the process of trying find answers as to why what happened in benghazi happened the way it did, we have an independent review that said systematic failures and leadership management deficiencies at the state department were at the core and we have mrs. clinton taking full responsibility. how much more is there to find out? >> i don't think we're going to learn a whole lot more. i would be surprised. i think what will be interesting is the political theatrics. how agg
. and, of course, mrs. clinton was a stepping stone to even more power. so i think each woman defines it for herself. and i think mrs. obama has been a good example of that. i'm curious to see what she is going to do in four years. >> we all are. thank you, kathryn. we appreciate it. and you can't talk presidential inauguration without some historical context. so next, experts on the 18th century, the 19th century and one on the to20th century join me on the mall in washington as well as all of these folks. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] you don't have to be a golf pro to walk like one. ♪ when you walk 10,000 steps a day, it's the same as walking a professional golf course. humana. health and well-being partner of the pga tour. >>> you're going to want to watch this. i could have done the whole show on this. apart from the date and the oath of office, most of what we saw on inauguration day is not spelled out in the constitution. and over the years, there has been a lot of unexpected things happen on inauguration day. let's talk about it now with the back story radio's american history
of her libya testimony. is mrs. clinton the new barack obama in the media's eyes? bernie goldberg and i will analyze. >> let's not talk about gun violence. let's talk specifically about assault weapons. >> bill: cnn taking a bullish ban on controlling guns and ammo. they want that. big time. >> there are too many guns in this country. >> bill: we will tell you what is going on at cnn. >> joy for me. because i'm [inaudible] >> gutfeld, mcguirk on prince harry comparing combat in afghanistan to video caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. is hillary clinton the new barack obama in the eyes of the national media? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. as you may know, i spend a lot of time analyzing media coverage of the political scene in this country. i do that because what the media reports shapes public opinion. and gives president obama, for example, a strong advantage in the national debate. not since john kennedy has the president received such soft coverage by the nati
committee who was also receiving high level intelligence briefings like mrs. clinton told fox it was clearly premeditated terrorism. >> a coordinated military style commando type of raid that had both direct fire and indirect fire. military movement involved in it. this was a well-planned, well-targeted event. no doubt about it. >> in this exchange before the house committee, mrs. clinton seemed to leave the impression she did not have real-time access to events as they unfolded. >> at any time, did you see the initial attack on a monitor? or the president. >> congressman there was no monitor. there was no real-time. we got the surveillance videos, some weeks later. >> in october, is charlene lamb, told the oversight committee the senior state staff were monitoring open phone lines to agent on the ground. >> you note that in your testimony, that you are in the diplomatic security command center and then you make a statement, "i could follow what was happening almost in real-time. correct. >> while clinton offered this explanation for why ambassador susan rice took her place in five national
should be in early february. but going forward, mrs. clinton doesn't really have to worry much about libya. it's clear americans are not holding her accountable. in a if new fox news poll 59% of americans approve of secretary clinton's job performance. just 29 percent disapprove. clearly the folks think she has been effective running the state department. many americans believe that hillary clinton will run for president in 2016. and if she does, she will be formidable. everybody knows she dodged bullets in various controversies while her husband was president. including the fact that she made nearly $100,000 in a very questionable commodities trade. summing up, if there is one politician in the country who should be advertising teflon? it's hillary clinton. that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. let's bring in fox news correspondents james rosen and carl cameron following the news in washington today. tell me something i don't know. >> probably, bill, the only salient fact that we didn't previously know that emerged from secretary clinton's testimony all day today was that
where mrs. clinton is being treated. robert, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, andrea. it turns out that it's a lot worse than people imagined it could be when she first got in here. but the treatment is successful. they dissolved the blood clot in a vessel in her brain by her near. the good news is that it's not in the brain. it could have spread to the brain and cause aid stroke. that did not happen. the doctors say there's no sign of neurological damage. she is expected to be at the hospital a few days and make a full recovery, which is very good news, indeed, for everybody here that are glad to hear that. that's it from the hospital here on the upper west side of manhattan. >> have people been coming and going? is she seeing a lot of family? an awful time to be stuck in the hospital. >> reporter: it is an awful time. we understand her family has been with her a lot. they come in through side doors. we don't see them come in and out. we understand the family has been by her side. everybody says she's in good spirits, communicating. there's absolutely no evidence of any kind o
for a concussion she suffered last month. mrs. clinton plans to return to work next week. >>> well, president obama is continuing his holiday vacation in hawaii. one day after returning to the island, the president treated his daughters to some bowling and an iconic hawaiian island treat. shaved ice. the president has been said to have emerged with a blue and red multiflavored ice in hand. >> more than 5,000 miles away, vice president joe biden was participating in a mock swearing in of new senators when this awkward but funny moment happened with democrat heidi highcamp of north dakota. >> spread your legs -- you say that to somebody in north dakota, they think it's a frisk. >> i'm at a loss. i don't know where to go with that. spread your legs. you're about to be frisked. >> spread your legs could have been avoid. maybe a cop can say it and get away with it. >> some funny moments in there too. a series of stuff. good morning, everyone. let me take you on a little tour of the weather headlines for our climate summary that we just got done with in 2012. in the lower 48, ended up being the warmest y
. senator bob corker tells our own andrea mitchell mrs. clinton is likely to testify the morning of january 22nd. >>> now to aviation for the second night in a row there's trouble to report with one of boeing's new 787 dreamliners. the aircraft a whole lot of people had hailed as the future of american aviation, yesterday it was a fire, today a mishap moments before takeoff, for a planeload of passengers. tom costello covers aviation for us, he's with us from san diego tonight. tom, good evening. >> reporter: hi, brian. this actually occurred in boston today, japan airlines 787, japan airlines yesterday as well, but today they were just about to depart fully loaded with passengers when they developed some sort of a fuel leak and they lost 40 gallons right there on the ramp. they went back to the gate, fixed the problem, the plane did, in fact, leave for tokyo but we can tell you that this follows yesterday's incident also involving a japan airlines 787, that was a belly, the fire in the belly of the plane, i should say. investigators now think that's tied to an auxiliary power unit, a batte
when she walked out of the hospital along with bill and chelsea. doctors say mrs. clinton will be find. even while she was in the hospital, she was on the phone talking with her staff. >>> on the other hand, coming up, a mom and dad woke up feeling groggy. they had themselves drug- tested. what they found out has the whole neighborhood talking. >>> the bay area tv station that al-jazeera just bought. coming up. >>> and the final farewell to a beloved bay area museum before it packs up and heads out. >>> so long for now, as far as those cold temperatures are concerned. i don't think so! now the rain ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, spiking her parents' milkshs with sleeping pills, so >>> wait till you hear this. a teen is accused of spiking her parents' milk shakes with sleeping pills so the teen could use the internet. and her mother tells cbs reporter laura cole it's not even the first time her daughter has drugged her. >> i was shocked. i didn't expect it to happen out here. >> reporter: that's the sentiment, after the teen's mother says her daughter drugged her and her father to get online. they be
hillary clinton for a blood clot. it's behind her right ear in a vein between the brain and the skull. mrs.clinton's doctors say it did not cause a stroke or any kind of neurological damage and they are desolving it with blood thinners. the 65-year-old suffered a concussion after she fell at her home. >> we know that two to three weeks ago she fainted and hit her head. now at that time she could have ripped that vein. she could have had a bleeding or blood formation. on top of that she had a stomach virus. >> reporter: clinton's doctors say she is in good spirit and making excellent progress. they'll monitor her in the hospital for a few days. >>> when the calendar flips so will taxpayers. which bay area city will boast the highest sales tax come tomorrow. >>> cars that scan your fingerprints. the new technology that could put a stop to drunk driving. >> what would you do if you found $800 lying on the street. the 911 call that surprised even the copings. -- that surprised even the cops. ,,,, sleep train thanks all those who helped make a difference last year for thousands of california foster kid
her right ear and a vein between the brain and the skull. mrs. clinton's doctors say it did not cause a stroke or neurological damage and they are dissolving it with blood thinners. the 65-year-old suffered a concussion earlier this month after she fell at her home. >> we know that two to three weeks ago, she fainted and hit her head. now, at that time, she could have had trauma. she could have ripped that vein. on top of that, we were told she had a stomach virus. we know that dehydration increases the odds of having a cough. >> clinton's doctors say she is in good spirits and making excellent progress. they'll monitor in the hospital for a few more days. >>> well, in just a few moments when the calendar clips, so will taxpayers. which bay area city will boast the highest sales tax come tomorrow. >>> cars that scan your fingerprints. the new technology that could put a stop to drunk driving. >>> what would you do if you found this box lying in the street? the 911 call that surprised even the cops. passed legislation to block >>> breaking news out of washington right now. the senate h
and the skull. mrs. clinton's doctors said it did not cause a stroke and they are dissolving it with blood thinners. she suffered a concussion earlier this month after falling at home. >> we know two to three weeks ago she fainted and hit her head. now at that time she could have had trauma, she could have ripped that vein that had a little bleeding, a little clot formation. on top of that she had a stomach virus and we know that dehydration increases the odds of having a clot. >> clinton's doctors says she's in good spirits, making excellent progress. they'll monitor in the hospital for a few more days. >>> well when the calendar flips, so will taxpayers. which bay area benefit will have a higher tax cut come tomorrow? >>> cars that can scan your fingerprints. the new technology that could put a stop to drunk driving. >>> what would you do if you found $800 just lying in the street? the 911 call that even surprised the cops next. ,,,,,,,, people a >>> and here's another live look at san francisco where thousands of people are expected tonight. many of them are staked out here just hours a
with mr. clinton is dynamic thanks in part to mrs. clinton. >> i knew bill clinton when he was 22. both of us were rhodes scholars together. we were assigned to the same college at oxford, became good friends. and even before that, when i was an undergraduate, i knew hillary. she was an undergraduate. >> did you go out on a date with hillary clinton? is that the buzz? >> i think i did. >> does bill know? >> yeah. she was president of her freshman class and i was president of my sophomore class at dartmouth. and the only way i could think was to suggest a presidential summit. >> his summits nowadays are on the cal campus though he's still a wanted man in washington. the 66-year-old reich is old enough to know how our economic system is flawed yet young enough to still want to fix it. are you fed up with what's going on on capitol hill or is it something you say, you know what, i've been dealing with this for decades? >> it's worse than it has been in living memory. there's more partisanship, more gridlock. >> president obama has done some great things. he hasn't brought the two sides tog
six hours of questions and answers. it is not clear whether mrs. clinton managed to it convince those in congress and the critics that her department and the white house did not mislead the public and did everything they could in the moment. the situation about benghazi is likely to continue. secretary of state hillary clinton will not have to answer more questions about benghazi, but they may come up again in the next chapter of her career. bbc news, washington. >> i spoke a brief time ago with a democratic senator who sits on the foreign relations committee and chairs a committee for african affairs. he joins us from capitol hill. canyon now admit that the state department missed warning sides in the run-up to the benghazi attack? >> today's hearing by the senate foreign relations committee, where secretary clinton appeared, was an opportunity for her to take full responsibility for the tragic events in benghazi, where four americans were killed. it was a broad hearing, and i thought her answers were forthright, responsible, and gave her an opportunity to demonstrate convincingly th
treated for a blood clot being a follow-up for a concussion she suffered last month. mrs. clinton plans to return to work next week. >>> well, president obama is continuing his holiday vacation in hawaii. the president treated his daughters to some bowling and an iconic hawaiian island treat. shaved ice. the president has been said to have emerged with a blue and red icy in hand. >>> vice president joe biden was participating in a mock swearing in of new senators when this awkward moment happened with democrat heidi highcamp of north dakota. >> are you sure -- you say that to somebody in north dakota, they think it's a frisk. >> i'm at a loss. i don't know where to go to that. spread your legs. always looking on the bright side. >> he greeted like a hundred different people, he was doing the walmart greeter thing for hours upon hours. so we got to give him a little bit of hero. >> and he looks like a hero this week as the fiscal cliffing. >>> good morning, everyone, we'll show you what we're going to deal with. it's quiet back there. let me show you what we just finished up with. kind o
. during the past four years, mrs. clinton logged a lot of miles and visited more than 100 countries more than any other secretary of state. so what does she have plannednow she officially retires on friday? >> i am so looking forward to monday when i have no schedule, no office to go to no responsibilities. >> none. >> now as for the distant future of 2016 she says she has no plans to run right now but is not ruling it out either. she plans to work on behalf of women and girls. >>> place your bets on the superbowl. don't be boring and put your pony on who is going to win the game. >> there are so many fun boats place on sunday's -- bets to place on sunday's matchup you can bet on anything. >> you can bet on how many times broadcasters will say the word harbaugh. the over unis the median line is 21 1/2. megan, what do you take? >> over. >> over 21 1/2. >> absolutely. we are looking at the other things to bet on like alicia keys whether or not she will get booed during the national anthem. so i am going to say. >> who boost the national anthem singer? also will she mess up the words? you w
conservatives are saying mrs. clinton looked unhinged, angry, in their dreams. she came across as human and indignant and emerged untouched. that was my view, too. your thoughts. >> i watched all of it. and what i was struck by is the question that preceded that. chris: don't you have a job? >> that is my job. and really the most we have seen her unfiltered since she's been secretary of state. the question that preceded it was ron johnson, that famous wisconsin senator did you personally call any of the survivors and find out what their -- there were protests and put it directly and you saw the outburst. i had some democrats who told me they wish she had not used the phrase what difference does it make because that could be taken out of context and used against her. but they certainly agreed with the larger -- chris: and it was. chris, this whole question -- let's take a look at this ghastly front page of the "new york post." this is the kind of stuff that was add home nen and poisonous. -- ad hominem and also from rush limbaugh and also from rush hannity this almost wicked attack on he
then about the similarities between jackie kennedy and mrs. clinton. >> there is also a lot of great differences, of course, because jacqueline kennedy did, carry to popular belief, have a great knowledge and interest in public issues and political issues but she didn't get into them and she wouldn't address them in public. she only did so privately. like betty ford, hillary clinton has always talked about the rights of women and that this is important and she has actually even brought that point out from a very practical point of view to many nations that don't include women in their societies as fully. she says, look, you're not using 100% of what you could be using in terms of brain and know-how and business skill and workforce. and you suffer by that and like dolley madison, as first lady in the white house, she very effectively used entertaining as a way to sometimes forward the objectives of her husband's political agenda. certainly, what people also don't realize about hillary clinton is she had a great love and fascination for american art. she started a sculpture guard nrnt
of people. the connection is mrs. clinton. mrs. clinton in the center of the travel office. it was a very traumatic time. we had just come to washington. it had gotten away from them like things do. the one on the right from '98 that's self-inflicted. >> david you took photos of george w. bush. >> the first one was backstage election night austin, texas. al gore had already conceded the election but five minutes after the photo was taken he call back and took it back which led us to that whole hanging scenario. the final picture and the one that was taken four years ago is george w. bush last day as president basicing out of white house. to the right is president-elect obama. what struck me about that moment is bush never looked back. it's like he threw the keys to the place over to obama and that was it. it's a very powerful moment. it also goes to the transition of power in the united states. we have one party going to next. it's peaceful. we've been in place where is transition has been difficult. >> that's for sure. thank you so much for taking to time to talk about some of these imag
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